Daniel Ricciardo has adapted to life at Red Bull like a fish to water, but he admits it's a pity his move co-incided when the team lost their domination.
Having won four consecutive titles through Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull were once again expected to be pacesetters this year and the general feeling was that Ricciardo, who replaced Mark Webber, would be challenging for wins nearly every race.
However, that has not been the case as the Milton Keynes squad have often been well off the pace of Mercedes pair Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.
Ricciardo, though, has done an excellent job in a struggling RB10 and has often outshone defending World Champion Vettel.
He no doubt would've liked to see...
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